SEP7
Career Services

Please announce these workshop to all students undecided about their major. Come explore major and career choices using a hands-on career assessment. Choosing a Major Worshops: Wed., Sept. 7th, 5-6:30pm - BE 122 Mon., Sept. 12th, 4-5:30pm - BE 117 Thurs., Sept. 15th, 11am-12:30pm - BE 121 Tues., Sept. 20th, 2-3:30pm - BE 121 Thurs., Sept. 29th, 11am-12:30pm - BE 121

Location: BE 121 Contact: Rose Vasquez, Ext. 2357
SEP7
Change is Coming! Free In N Out in September
11:00 am
Student Activities

Attachment: http://cms.cerritos.edu/uploads/dailyfalcon/2016/08/CHANGE_IS_COMING.pdf

In N Out will be on campus in September. Please see flyer for details. Students will need to have the Fall sticker on their Cerritos College ID to receive the burger, chips, and drink. Staff will need to line-up with the students to be fair and consistent. We appreciate your anticipated patience!

Location: Falcon Square Contact: Amna Jara, x2474
SEP9
Academic Affairs

Extensive Laboratory Classification Applications (found on the ELC webpage) will be due to Phally Lay via email (play@cerritos.edu) no later than 6 pm, Friday, September 23, 2016.

Full submission packets will be due electronically to Ms. Lay on or before Friday October 14, 2016. Contact her via email or at extension 2227 for additional questions.

Location: Academic Affairs Contact: Rebecca Rios, 2975
SEP13
Scholarship Drop-in Labs
11:00 am-12:30 pm
Career Services

Stop by our application clinic for help with your Cerritos College Foundation Scholarship Application! STUDENTS WILL GET HELP WITH: -Scholarship matching -Converting your transcripts -Letters of recommendation -Technical issues -Submitting your application -And anything else! Tuesday, September 13th 11-12:30pm, BE 122 OR Wednesday, September 14th, 2-3:30pm, BE 122

Location: BE 122 Contact: Rose Vasquez, Ext. 2357
SEP26
Career Cafe, Sept. 26th
2:00 pm-3:00 pm
Career Services

Join us for Coffee, Cookies, and Conversation on the LAST MONDAY of each month in Career Services. This month's topic is TRUE COLORS Discover your true colors to make better career decisions. Monday, Sept. 26th, 11th at 2 pm, in Career Services - MP 201

Location: Career Services - MP 201 Contact: Rose Vasquez, Ext. 2357
SEP26
Adult Education & Diversity Program

Hispanic Heritage Month Event
Presentation features a discussion on ways to access healthcare services, specifically how disadvantaged students and community members can become their own advocates. An information table with pamphlets concerning health coverage for underserved and undocumented families will be provided along with healthy snacks and refreshments.
Monday, September 26, 6-8 p.m.

Location: LC 155 Contact: Alex Lopez or Richard Garcia, Ext. 2385
SEP27
Career Services

This is a great opportunity to find out about community resources and learn from others. We will cover:
- Time management
- Study skills
- Building a support system
- Finding quality child care
Tuesday, September 27th, 11:00am - 12:00pm, BE 105

Location: BE 105 Contact: Rose Vasquez, Ext. 2357
SEP28
LRC

The Jack Kent Cooke scholarship is a $40,000 scholarship for students ready to transfer who have an excellent GPA (3.5+) and significant financial need. There will be a webinar about how to apply for the scholarship on September 28th from noon to 1pm. Visit below link to sign up for the webinar. Please contact Debra Moore in the library with any questions.

Location: Access on the Web Contact: Deb Moore, x2418
SEP28
Career Services

In preparation for the Job Fair on October 18, Career Services is offering this Interviewing Workshop. Please announce to all students looking for job. Come learn about:
- Different types of interviews
- How to prepare for an interview
- What not to do before and after
- Common questions Wednesday, September 28 3:00-4:00 pm in BE 109

Location: BE 109 Contact: Rose Vasquez, Ext. 2357
SEP28
Fine Arts & Communications

September 28, 5-6:30 p.m.
Panelists - Claudia Lopez, LCSW, Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center - Brian Soo-Hoo, Deputy District Attorney, Sex Crimes Division - Hans Strand, Police Captain, Cerritos College - Pauline Acosta, Ph.D.,MPH, Iinstructor, Departments of Sociology and Women's and Gender Studies Moderator: Hillary Mennella, Associate Dean, Student Health and Wellness

Location: FA 43 Contact: Julie Trager, ext. 2989
SEP29
DSPS

Active Minds' Send Silence Packing Exhibit Raises Awareness About Suicide Prevention: Everyone is invited to walk among the backpacks to see the photographs and read the stories attached to the backpacks, many of which were donated by families who lost a student to suicide. Active Minds staff, Student Health & Wellness Center representatives, DSPS counselors and staff, and student representatives will be on hand to provide information and resources. Thursday, September 29, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Falcon Square.

Location: Falcon Square Contact: Steven La Vigne, x2336
SEP29
Academic Affairs

If you are interested in learning about the Extensive Lab Classification and the submission process, please join us for this special workshop on Thursday, September 29, from 11 am - 12:30 pm in PST 230. Contact Phally Lay in the Academic Affairs Office for more details.

Location: PST 230 Contact: Extensive Lab Classification Workshop, 2975
SEP29
Human Resources

Attachment: http://cms.cerritos.edu/daily-falcon/_includes/docs/09/HealthExpo.pdf

Our annual Health & Lifestyle Expo will be held on Thursday September 29, 2016 from 11am to 2pm in the Student Center. During the Health Expo, you will get the opportunity to learn more about your health plans and other benefits options by talking with plan representatives. Plus, you can explore booths hosted by various health and lifestyle partners where you'll learn more about special offers, discounts, and other benefits available to you as a Cerritos College employee.

Location: Student Center Contact: Chyeanne White, 2277
SEP29
Liberal Arts

Hispanic Heritage Month Event
Watch the movie Zoot Suit and discuss the Pachuco Movement.
Thursday, September 29, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Location: LC 155 Contact: Carlos Arce & Alejandro Lopez, X2834
SEP30
Science, Engineering & Mathematics

The 5th Annual STEM OPEN HOUSE celebrating STEM majors and what Cerritos College offers will be on Friday, September 30, 2016. Opening ceremony will begin at 12:00 pm in Room S101. The OPEN HOUSE will have many activities for all ages until 6:00 PM outside and inside the Sdcience and PST buildings.

Location: Activities in the Science and PST buildings, as well as outside. Contact: Vangie Moreno-Reichwein, 860-2451 x2623
OCT4
Counseling

Hispanic Heritage Month Event
Students will discuss projects presented on various topics, including but not limited to: The Chicana/o Movement, Mujeres de Juarez, Civil War of El Salvador, Mendez vs. Westminster, Illegal Deportation and the Cuban Revolution (Che Guevara)
Tuesday, October 4, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Library Sidewalk Contact: Gustavo Romero,
OCT7
Manufacturing Day
9:00 am-12:00 pm
Technology

National Manufacturing Day addresses common misperceptions about manufacturing, and connects businesses, schools, and students to opportunities in the manufacturing industry. This open house event will take place at Cerritos College and is open to high school students, Educators, and Professionals. Attendees will have the opportunity to visit the Plastics/Composites, Machine Tool Technology, Welding, Woodworking Manufacturing Technologies, Engineering Design and New Product Development departments. October 7, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. in ME-2. Please register with Carmen at 562-902-2451 ext 2906 or email clizarraga@cerritos.edu

Location: ME-2 Contact: Carmen Lizarraga, 562-860-2451 x2906
OCT7
Music

Piano Recital: Piano Concert Lecture Series Guest Artists: Rachel Franklin, piano faculty University of Maryland, Baltimore County 11 am BC - 51 Free more info in link below

Location: Music Department - BC-51 Contact: Micki England, 2629
OCT7
Theatre & Film

The Cerritos College Theatre Department invites you to come view the powerful tale told in The Women of Juarez, written by Ruben Amavizca-Murua. This show asks the viewer "To what lengths would you go to find your missing loved one if you lived in a world filled with systematic corruption, misogyny and lies?"
This show has alternating performances in English and Spanish.
Fri, Oct 7 @ 8 pm (English)
Sat, Oct 8 @ 8 pm (Spanish)
Thu, Oct 13 @ 8 pm (English)
Fri, Oct 14 @ 8 pm (Spanish)
Sat, Oct 15 @ 8 pm (English)
Sun, Oct 16 @ 2 pm (Spanish)
COST: Pre-sale: $15 general $14 other student, staff, senior (60+) (all w/id) $12 child (5-12) *no children under 5 permitted. At Door: $17 general $15 other student, staff, senior (60+) (all w/id) $13 child (5-12) *no children under 5 permitted. * This show has Adult Situations Tickets may be purchased online (credit card only) at www.cerritos.edu/theatre or in the box office one hour prior to each performance. More details in the link below.

Location: Burnight Studio Theatre Contact: Theatre, 2638
OCT8
Fortaleciendo al hombre (Strengthening Men) Conference
8:00 am-2:00 pm
Adult Education & Diversity Program

Attachment: http://cms.cerritos.edu/daily-falcon/_includes/docs/09/FORTALECIENDOALHOMBRE.pdf

Cerritos College Adult Education and Diversity Programs
Second Annual Strengthening Men Conference in Spanish. See attachment.

Cerritos College Adult Education and Diversity Programs Segunda conferencia anual en espanol "Fortaleciendo al hombre" Reservacion: (562) 860 2451 Ext. 2518 Espacio limitado 

Location: Student Center Contact: Daryabuth Martinez, (562) 860 2451 Ext. 2518
OCT9
Music

Piano Ensemble Concert featuring Cerritos College piano students performing a variety of repertoire written for one piano/four hands or two pianos/four hands. 4 pm Music Department - BC -51 Free more info in link below

Location: Music Department - BC-51 Contact: Micki England, 2629
OCT10
Theatre & Film

Big Love is a play by American playwright Charles L. Mee. Based on Aeschylus' The Supplicants, it is about fifty brides who flee to a manor in Italy to avoid marrying their fifty cousins. The play takes the plot of the original Greek play into modern times, including such details as having the grooms ambush the brides by helicopter. While the brides and grooms wait for their wedding day, the characters raise issues of gender politics, love, and domestic violence.
AUDITIONS: Oct 10 & 11 @ 6 pm Burnight CENTER Theatre
Callbacks: Oct 11 @ 7 pm more info in link below

Location: Burnight Center Theatre Contact: Renee Bloch, 2638
OCT12
Music

This family-oriented concert will feature the Cerritos College Jazz Band in an evening of high-energy jazz tunes. Dr. David Betancourt will direct the group. The concert will also feature a guest jazz group. more info in link below

Location: Student Center Contact: Micki England, 2629
OCT13
Counseling

Hispanic Heritage Month Event
Dr. Elena Macias will present on the history of immigration policies and laws, including AB 540 (California Dream Act), AB 130 (In-State Tuition) and AB 131 (Cal Grants). A discussion about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will also be included.
Thursday, October 13, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Location: TBA Contact: Rosa Carrillo, x
OCT21
Music

A benefit concert to raise scholarship funds for students in the Applied Music Program. more info in link below

Location: Burnight Center Theatre Contact: Micki England, 2629
OCT25
Music

This family friendly concert will feature the Cerritos College Band performing standard works and marches written for band. Dr. David Betancourt will conduct the band. more info in link below

Location: Student Center Contact: Micki England, 2629
OCT28
Music

This family-oriented concert will feature the Cerritos College Concert Band and Orchestra in an evening of modern and classic medleys and overtures. Dr. David Betancourt will conduct the band. More info in link below

Location: Student Center Contact: Micki England, 2629
OCT30
Music

A song recital performed by the voice of students of the Applied Music Program. More info in link below

Location: Burnight Building, Music Department, Rm. BC - 51 Contact: Micki England, 2629
OCT30
Music

The Cerritos College Music Department offers up a series of thrilling and joyful musical concerts in the month of October with something for everyone. Opening the month up with a Jazz Exchange Concert on Oct 12th, to be followed up by the bi-annual Faculty Showcase concert on Oct 21st and a Band Exchange concert on Oct 25th. At the close of the month we offer up a Band & Orchestra Concert on Oct 28th and an Autumn Serenade on Oct 30th. More details in the link below.

Location: various Contact: Micki England, 2629
NOV18
Music

Piano Recital: Piano Concert featuring Dr. Charles Fierro, professor emeritus, Cal State Northridge 11 am Burnight Center Theatre Free more info in link below

Location: Burnight Center Theatre Contact: Micki England, 2629
DEC11
Music

Piano Ensemble Concert featuring Cerritos College piano students performing a variety of repertoire written for one piano/four hands or two pianos/four hands. 4 pm Music Department - BC -51 Free more info in link below

Location: Music Department - BC-51 Contact: Micki England, 2629

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